I have 3 optical drives in my machine running Gentoo.
If I go to the directory /dev/cdroms/ I can see cdrom0, cdrom1, cdrom2.
To eject them, I typed "eject /dev/cdroms/cdrom1" and that device ejected. Then I change to 0 and 2 and they ejected as well. Give that a shot.
If they work, you can write a script or make an alias command in your .bashrc file.
Last edited by needforspeed; 06-04-2005 at 02:50 PM.